Use your Admission Information Form to make your application stand out.
Review our list of important dates for applicants.
Not an Ontario high school student? Send us your grades.
Visit in person or online: campus tours, webinars, and info sessions.
Waterloo Wednesday webinars: learn about programs, student life, and more.
Learn more about your program
Learn about courses, specializations, and careers in Waterloo's programs.
Tips for international students
You may need to apply for a study permit and a work permit if you've applied to a co-op program.
If your first language is not English, you may need to send us English language test scores.
International transcripts need to be verified by World Education Services Canada as part of the admission process. We'll provide details once you apply.
Tips for transfer students
Were there circumstances that affected your grades?
Did you have significant circumstances that affected your grades and that were not accommodated through your school or relevant services?
You may be eligible for special consideration for admission (which will give our staff additional information about your background when reviewing your application for admission).
Programs, co-op, student experience, or careers
Contact the recruitment co-ordinator for your program of interest.
Transcripts or your application status
COVID and the application process
Review our questions about the impact of COVID-19.
Life as a Waterloo Warrior
Visit our guide to student life at Waterloo website to learn about
- clubs and athletics where you can have fun with curious, hard-working friends;
- our supportive, inclusive, and tight-knit campus community;
- how you'll develop job-ready skills to help you excel in your career;
- discovering a residence home that fits your needs, and more!